- 1 lemon
- 2 Benefits of lemon liver
- 3 general benefits of lemon
- 4 nutritional value of lemon
- 5 References
The trees of lemon permanent trees evergreen, which grow to the height of about six meters, and grow the fruits of oval-shaped color ranges off between the color yellow, green, owns papers The green light color, this tree and bear fruit continuously, unlike other types of citrus, as they grow in the Mediterranean region, and in areas with subtropical climate. 
Benefits of lemon liver
The liver largest body's internal organs, and is responsible for more than 500 jobs in the body, may help eating certain varieties of food to maintain this member's health, and his work properly; It is this food lemon, which is characterized by higher its content of vitamin C, which is referred to as it can reduce liver damage, according to what indicated by Plants Consumption and Liver Health magazine, also advises citrus eating generally in the morning Thvezaml liver. 
The general benefits of lemon
Lemon contains many plant compounds, which can be responsible for the benefits of these fruits, the following are the most important of these benefits:  
- Promote heart health: Studies have shown that eating vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C reduces the risk of strokes, heart disease, in addition, the lemon contains dietary fiber and plant compounds that can reduce the risk factors leading to heart disease, a study has found that eat extracts of citrus fruits daily fiber has reduced cholesterol levels in the blood within one month, it is worth mentioning that Alhspareden vehicles (in English: Hesperidin), and Aldeosmen (in English: Diosmin) in lemon also show that it reduces cholesterol levels.
- The possibility of reducing the risk of cancer: Studies have found that people who eat larger quantities of citrus fruits have a lower risk of cancer, but other studies have found no link, has pipes studies testing showed that many of the compounds found in lemon have killed the cancer cells, however it may not apply to the human body, as researchers believe that some of its compounds, such as: limonene (in English: Limonene), and Narengjin (in English: Naringenin) can have an anti-cancer effect, but this effect is need for further studies, and studies have shown that conducted on animals that-compound d limonene (in English: d-limonene) in lemon oil has anti-cancer properties, and on the other hand, conducted on rodents have indicated the study used fruit pulp tangerine which contains some compounds common with lemon, such as: Alhspareden, and Albestackreptuzantin (English: beta-cryptoxanthin), led to the prevention of both tongue, colon, and lungs of the development of malignant tumors, but these studies have used high concentrations, and therefore the evidence is uncertain that Lemon battling cancer.
- Prevent the formation of kidney stones: where lemons contain citric acid, which may help to increase the volume of urine, and the degree of acidity, making it an environment less likely to form kidney stones, which is made up due to the accumulation of waste and crystallized in the kidneys, and can eat half a cup of lemon juice daily to prevent these stones in people who already have their injury, while some studies have shown that this juice prevent the formation of stones, while other studies did not indicate the presence of his effect.
- Reduce the risk of asthma: it shows that people who eat larger amounts of some nutrients, including; Vitamin C is less risk of developing asthma compared with others, and found that people who suffer from asthma, bronchial hyperresponsiveness (in English: Bronchial hypersensitivity) benefited from vitamin C when infected with colds.
- Enhance immune: as eating foods rich in antioxidants, vitamin C may help to enhance the role of the immune system in the fight against germs that cause nominated, and the flu, one study indicated that taking supplements of vitamin C may help reduce the duration of colds, and strengthen the body for people's immunity people with severe physical activity, but they do not prevent colds.
- Enhance iron absorption: as eating foods that contain high amounts of vitamin C with iron-rich foods increase the absorption of this element in the body, so you can add lemon juice, spinach, chickpeas, and other sources of iron.
- Improve the symptoms associated with the disease Meniere: some evidence indicated that the lemon contains a chemical that can reduce dizziness, nausea, and vomiting, and hearing improvement in some people with the disease (in English: Meniere's disease). 
- Promote healthy skin: where is the lemon juice from the holding material (in English: Astringent), and therefore it can contribute to the reduction of fat in the skin, as it constitutes an acidic environment is not suitable for the growth of bacteria; Which makes it an anti-bacterial, but this property is not sufficient to treat acne, it is worth mentioning that it can be applied to cause skin dermatitis, rashes, itching, and therefore it is advisable to drink this juice instead applied; As the content of vitamin C, which is an antioxidant, aging may help to fight free radicals, reduces wrinkles, and enhances the freshness, and helps to produce collagen. 
- Reduce Weight: where One study conducted on mice that eating multiple phenol compounds (in English: Polyphenols) in lemon peel when you follow a system is high in fat may lead to the prevention of obesity or improve, and promote fat metabolism and insulin sensitivity has. [ 7]
Nutritional value of Lemon
The following table shows the nutrients found in 100 grams of fresh lemon peel without: 
- ↑ "Lemon", www.drugs.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Tauhira Dean (21-8-2018), " 10 foods that are good for your liver"، www.health24.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Helen West (7-1-2019), "6 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Lemons"، www.healthline.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Megan Ware (5-1-2018), "How can lemons benefit your health?"، www.medicalnewstoday.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "LEMON", www.webmd.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Angela Palmer (21-3-2018), "Can You Use Lemon Juice for Acne Scars?"، www.verywellhealth.com, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ Yoshiko Fukuchi, Masanori Hiramitsu, Miki Okada and others (31-10-2008), "Lemon Polyphenols Suppress Diet-induced Obesity by Up-Regulation of mRNA Levels of the Enzymes Involved in β-Oxidation in Mouse White Adipose Tissue"، www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
- ↑ "Basic Report: 09150, Lemons, raw, without peel", www.ndb.nal.usda.gov, Retrieved 25-2-2019. Edited.
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